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After moving to Fort Stockton a year ago to work in the oil field, oen couple decided to open a business in the downtown area. Jennifer Flores and Rafael Guerrero open Snack Attack and More on … more
For the eighth year in a row, members of the local nursing home, Focused Care, have gotten the chance to receive homemade Christmas cards. Rachel Day Nix organizes the event, and invited the … more
For the last 66 years, one Bakersfield man has been ranching and taking care of various farm animals. Ernest Woodward has two loves in his life, ranching and history. This has come in handy … more
After serving his entire life in the military, one Pecos County resident uses his knowledge to help veterans in need. Micheal Corkrum is the Veteran's Service Officer in Pecos County where he has … more
Here are some photos from the 2019 Fort Stockton Christmas Parade, held on Friday, Dec. 6 more
The Garage Coffee, Music and More is hosting the fifth annual best beard in Fort Stockton competition. The competition started as a joke between people participating in No Shave November and … more
For her entire life, one Fort Stockton woman has been giving to others, now she gets to take time for herself. For 83-year-old Dora Rascon, volunteering for the church and for the Pecos County … more
The Fort Stockton Chamber of Commerce has welcomed five new members to their board of directors. The board members serve three year terms and there are representatives for the city, county, … more
On what could be their last trip to Fort Stockton together, one family came to check out where their dad grew up. Roby Hadden, 90, brought his three children Lynne Clarke, Wes Hadden and Arthur … more
Be sure to get your Letters To Santa into The Pioneer by noon on Wednesday, Dec. 11. E-mail letters to pioneerletterstosanta@gmail.com Letter information was sent to elementary schools in Pecos … more
Members from the Pecos County Historical Commission and the Pecos County Historical Society went to San Antonio last week to celebrate West Texas' role in the Old Spanish Trail and celebrate 100 … more
A barbecue and party was set up at Rooney Memorial Park on Nov. 10 to celebrate Veteran's Day. Veteran's Service Officer Micheal Corkrum hosted the event and had the Sul Ross State Band perform … more
For the last 55 years, the Pecos County Memorial Hospital Auxiliary has been helping out with whatever the hospital needs. The main purpose of Auxiliary is service, public relations and … more
During the next few weeks, Karan Heffelfinger is seeking cookie recipes from Pecos County residents for use in her weekly "Karan's Korner" column that appear each Thursday in The Pioneer's print and … more
The Fort Stockton High School Theatre Arts Department will perform “Clue,” a stage-adaptation of the famous Hasbro board game and 1985 Paramount motion picture. The performances will be held … more
Nearly 15 years after its initial release, Border Bandits will screen at the Garage, Coffee, Music and More on Wednesday, Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. Following the screening a Q&A with the filmmaker, Kirby … more
Renovations are underway at the Annie Riggs Memorial Museum. The Historical Society is working with Contactor Bruce Moore to give a touchup to the outside windows and repaint the surrounding porch. … more
As The Pioneer prepares to mark the 40th anniversary of the Paisano Pete statue's arrival in Fort Stockton, our staff came across this photo from the Dec. 3, 1979 edition of The Pioneer. We are … more
Peyton, an 8-year-old dog owned by Abby Leyva of Fort Stockton, was the winner of The Pioneer's Halloween Pet Costume Contest presented by West Texas State bank. Nearly 400 people voted online to … more
The Fort Stockton High School Theatre Arts Department will perform “Clue,” a stage-adaptation of the famous Hasbro board game and 1985 Paramount motion picture. The performances will be held … more
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